Q. 26 C5.0( 1 Vote )

Complete each syn

Answer :


In the above reaction,
ketone group is replaced by =N--O and thus form the diagram as above. It is a type of substitution reaction. In this reaction, H+ is taken as reagent because through hydrolysis it is done.


In the above reaction,
Ethyl Benzene reacts with KMnO4-KOH in the heat and forms potassium benzoate as an intermediate and through hydrolysis as shown in above diagram makes benzoic acid as a product.


In the above reaction,
Phthalic acid is heated with Thionyl Chloride and through dehydration of phthalic acid it forms Phthaloyl Chloride as a final product.


In the above reaction,
Methylenecyclohexane reacts with BH3, as BH3 is an electron-deficient atom. So, it can act as an electrophile and then it coordination compounds in between and finally it forms Cyclohexaldyhide as a final product. 


In the above reaction,
Benzene reacts with Benzoyl chloride in the presence of Anhyd. AlCl3 as a reagent it forms Benzophenone as a final product and also HCl gas produced.

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